2022 - 2023 General Cardiology Fellows

Ramzi Dudum, MD

Dr. Ramzi Dudum grew up in San Francisco, CA, before attending UCLA for his undergraduate studies. He then traveled east to Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD where he completed medical school at George Washington University and his master’s in public health at Johns Hopkins. He stayed at Johns Hopkins, completing his internal medicine training in the Osler Residency Program and worked with Drs. Roger Blumenthal and Michael Blaha researching cardiovascular prevention, screening, and risk-prediction. Now a cardiology fellow at Stanford, he plans to continue this work as a physician-scientist.

Kaylin Nguyen, MD

Dr. Kaylin Nguyen grew up in Orange County, California. She attended college at UCLA, where she majored in Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics. She completed both her MD and Internal Medicine training at UCSF. She has research experience in atrial fibrillation risk factors, cardiometabolic consequences of psychiatric medication use, and mobile and digital health. She plans to pursue an academic career with a focus on health disparities and digital health.